NEWS: Spartacote Defends Patent
Coatings for Warehouse and Garages
HP Spartacote, a manufacturer of high performance polyaspartic coatings for warehouse and garage floors, was successful recently in defending its patented formulations, settling with PremierGarage, LLC, and retaining the right to distribute their unique and revolutionary product to consumers.
Formulation for durability, flexibility and adhesion
The patents in question cover HP Spartacote’s particular formulations of polyaspartic coatings, which are designed for superior levels of durability, flexibility and adhesion, as well as protection from chemicals and corrosion. HP Spartacote also takes great care to keep their application times and costs as low as possible.
In response to the successful defense of these patents Sean Shiers, president of HP Spartacote, Inc., said, “We are very proud to have licensed these intellectual property assets. We believe it is imperative to vigorously defend our core intellectual property to ensure that other manufacturers do not compromise the integrity or the quality of our products.”
Coatings for concrete flooring
HP Spartacote prides itself on its extensive line of high performance polyaspartic coating systems for concrete flooring. Applications of its products range from warehouse floors to garage floors to car showrooms, and they can even be applied to pool decks, restrooms, commercial kitchens and manufacturing plants of all kinds. Various visual styles are available as well, including solid colors, quartz floors, and abstract concrete dye. Providing their customers with precisely the kind of product and service they desire is an important goal of HP Spartacote’s. “Above all, we always put our customers first,” Shiers said.
Settlement impacts industry
The settlement in favor of HP Spartacote will actually have a widely felt impact throughout the industry. “The settlement reflects and enhances the strength of the intellectual property derived from the patents in the field of high performance coatings,” said Dave Harmon Jr., president of Baril Coatings USA. A failure to protect their intellectual property could have set and unfortunate precedent, preventing or discouraging technological advancements in the field.
HP Spartacote’s successful settlement is good news not only for the company itself, but for the industry and, ultimately, for the consumer. Visit HP Spartacote at www.hpspartacote.com to view their catalogue, and to learn more about their revolutionary advancements in warehouse flooring.